Kerala eases restrictions for Sabarimala; allows pilgrims to stay overnight

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Kerala CM Vijayan launched additional easing of restrictions on Sabarimala pilgrimage, allowing devotees to attach overnight.

Kerala’s Sabarimala Temple (Picture: PTI/File)

The Kerala authorities led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Friday launched additional easing of restrictions for Sabarimala pilgrimage as the alternative of Covid instances within the snarl is on a real decline. The resolution modified into once taken at a meeting between CM Vijayan and Devaswom Minister Okay Radhakrishnan.

As per the revised pointers, devotees will now be allowed to attach overnight at Sannidhanam and over 500 rooms were organize. It has been assured that strict Covid pointers will doubtless be followed.

Also, the feeble pathway from Pamba to Neelimala, Appachimedu and Marakootam will doubtless be opened. Other than that, predominant health care facilities will doubtless be organize in Neelimala and Appachimedu.

Moreover, devotees can additionally attach a shower within the Pampa river and provide ‘Bali’.

Alternatively, an additional resolution will doubtless be made by district administration after evaluating the water degree in Pampa.

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